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Investigations into how cypermethrin controls the spread of potato virus Y by aphids



Investigations into how cypermethrin controls the spread of potato virus Y by aphids



1986 British Crop Protection Conference Pests and diseases Proceedings of a conference held at Brighton Metropole, England, November 17-20, 1986 Vol 3: 997-1000



At commercial concentrations (about 0.001%) in the laboratory, deposits of cypermethrin on leaves of potato infected with potato virus Y caused hyperactivity and subsequent intoxication in a moderately insecticide-resistant clone of Myzus persicae, and few of the aphids transmitted the virus. Even at 0.0002% cypermethrin, 30% of aphids walked away from treated leaves within 15 min, but they were not intoxicated and many transmitted the virus.

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